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Education Ministry’s regional branch calls on parents in Hagaz sub-zone to extend a helping hand in raising school registrations at kindergarten level

The Education Ministry’s branch in Anseba region has called on parents in Hagaz sub-zone to extend a helping hand in raising school registrations at kindergarten level.

Hagaz, 27 December 2013 – The Education Ministry’s branch in Anseba region has called on parents in Hagaz sub-zone to extend a helping hand in raising school registrations at kindergarten level. It made the call in connection with the seminar conducted thereof with branch heads, parents and teachers, during which Ms. Tiegisti Mehari, Head of preschool education in the branch office, explained that the efforts exerted towards ensuring equitability of educational service constitute the doorway to bright future.

She also pointed out that educational opportunity is in line with children’s rights, and urged parents to enhance role as regards nurturing virtuous children through sustaining follow-up to this end.

Mr. Yonas Alazar, Head of social welfare in the Ministry of Labor and Human Welfare’s regional branch, stated on his part that gratifying accomplishments have been registered pertaining to child welfare in collaboration with communities. He further disclosed that more endeavors would be made on the basis of proper assessment of the previous work done and addressing the challenges encountered.

Moreover, Mr. Yonas shed light on children’s rights in connection with social service and societal benefits vis-à-vis the need for preventing them from all forms of violence, besides calling for stepped-up popular awareness regarding the issue.

The participating parents lauded the government’s commitment as regards ensuring bright future for children, and asserted that they would play due role for the realization of the cherished goal.

Reports indicate that there exist a total of 85 kindergartens in Anseba region.

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